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I have purchased a new Sony Vaio laptop and it is said that the Windows in the recent laptops is installed in the UEFI mode. But all the Linux OS are installed in default in Legacy mode.

When I reboot my laptop, Ubuntu is not being detected on boot. Only Windows is detected. To access Ubuntu, whenever I boot the system, I need to:

(1) enter the boot menu,
(2) change the mode to legacy, and
(3) type a bit of scary commands in grub

then Ubuntu successfully opens.

This is a bit of problem for me. So I wanted to know the solution for this problem. So please kindly look over my problem as soon as possible.

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Boot-Repair 's Recommended Repair should be able to fix this smoothly. If not, please indicate the URL it will provide. –  LovinBuntu Aug 27 '12 at 11:56
    
Have a look at this answer: [Rohan's answer][1] It worked for me. [1]: askubuntu.com/a/150640/9403 –  jarondl Sep 9 '12 at 19:56
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